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‘Biggest Flip-Flopper Since John Kerry’ GA Gov. Kemp Blasts Stacey Abrams

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April 6, 2021

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp slammed failed gubernatorial opponent Stacey Abrams for “flip-flopping” after she pleaded for corporations and activists not to boycott Georgia after the MLB pulled the highly lucrative All-Star game out of the Peach State. Abrams alongside other Democrats has already publicly condemned the new voting integrity law saying that it will make it harder for minorities to vote, however, she has offered no actual evidence from the bill which would point to that conclusion.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred Jr. announced last week he would pull the All-Star game out of the state because of the law. The move is sure to hurt minority communities in Atlanta and the many black and minority-owned businesses in the city.

Fox News reports:


Obviously [MLB] didn’t care what was said because they folded to the pressure. President Biden’s handlers couldn’t even get him a note card that told him what this bill did. Somebody is lying to you. It’s not me. You can read the bill and prove that out.” In that regard, host Martha MacCallum pointed to comments from Abrams, a high-profile Democrat in the state:

“Black, Latino, AAPI and Native American voters that are the most suppressed over [the new law] are the most likely to be hurt by potential boycotts of Georgia. To our friends, please do not boycott us. To my fellow Georgians, stay and fight, stay and vote,” Abrams said.

“You know, that is the biggest flip-flop since John Kerry I have ever seen. For someone that has been pressuring these corporations, pressuring Major League Baseball to now come out after the fact and say don’t boycott? People are getting screwed in this, Martha.”

Kerry, Biden’s climate ‘czar’ and the Democrats’ 2004 presidential nominee, was accused of being a “flip-flopper” on almost every major issue from the economy to the Iraq War during his campaign against President Bush.

Governor Kemp noted the MLB’s decision to pull the game out of Atlanta is sure to hurt the hardworking small business owners in the area, a majority of which are minority-owned according to